A royal correspondent described the previous statements of Prince Harry as “bizarre language.” This comes as the relationship between the royal-born Prince and the British Royal Family reportedly remains “very frosty.”

The Mirror noted that the assertions were from its own correspondent, Russel Myers, who recently engaged with “Australian TV.” He is said to have discussed the former working royal’s tie to the British Royals following his and his wife’s return to the United Kingdom earlier this month.

The royal expert recalled that the Duke of Sussex gave an interview to “NBC Today” at the Invictus Games. As reported, he deemed it all “bizarre language,” adding that “he was there to protect the Queen and these things are not going down too well.”

Myers reportedly continued that if the relationship between Prince Harry and the British Royal Family is “to be repaired, then there needs to be a bit more water under the bridge.”

Elsewhere in the exchange, the publication shared that the royal correspondent also revealed how the palace currently feels about the former working royal.

As reported, he claimed that “they are still absolutely furious,” noting that the people he talks to are “very well connected with the top players” inside the palace.

The publication later quoted its correspondent, saying, “you can’t go on… international television interview with Oprah Winfrey, complaining about your treatment with the family and then wanting to sit down with them when you’re still giving interviews.”

During the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, expert Russel Myers also told Sky News Australia that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received a “frosty” reception from “some quarters” of the British Royal Family.

He added that there are individuals inside the palace who remain “very nervous” about the pair’s attendance, according to Express UK.

Despite this, though, the correspondent reportedly emphasized how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex maintained a “low-key presence” on the first day of the historical celebrations. He was quoted as saying, “they promised the Queen that they would not upstage her.”

The publication explained that the former working royals stayed in the background for much of the Trooping the Colour, which took place on June 2.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appeared to have stayed under the radar during the entire celebrations. A week after the days-long event, “Royally Us” hosts Christine Ross and Christina Garibaldi even discussed the matter during an episode of their podcast, according to a separate report from Express UK.

They reportedly believe that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “chose to take a back seat” and allowed Queen Elizabeth II to “shine.” As added, the pair did “not make themselves the headline” during the celebrations.